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effect next year's budget. sevener >> governor jerry brown. >> it is highly unlikely. >> the officials say that without the money were only a portion of it the university will have to change its plan by cutting programs and construction, or finding ways to raise additional revenue. it and could include tuition hikes. >> i've seen this movie before! >> mayor gavin newson. >> with the sound all too familiar, and we have concerned about this because the magnitude of this tuition increase is not an incentive is along the lines of what we have been with proposition 30 failing. and ultimately will not know until this tuition will increase until next summer. and just how much money they will get from the state and additional revenue there will need to generate three tuition increases and other types of cuts. san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4. >>jacqueline: right now we're going back into the 60s. 60s in san francisco, 60s in napa. 60s and san jose at this hour with big changes. right now, mostly clear skies with the increasing cloud coverage overnight. we will keep temperatures warmer. and we
are the inspiration for " cruncher " in the 1960's. they are planning on inspiration for " brown sugar ". in the 1960's. it is expected to fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars for these letters. >> it 30's with the 30's in pleasanton 40's by the bay and as we take a look at tomorrow a gorgeous day with lots of sunshine. >> that is it for us but will be back at 11:00 p.m. and hope to see you again. goodbye.
brown. >> it is unlikely but there has to be more money that is sustainable on the long term and 12%, year over year is not a sustainable. they say with of the without the- funds they will have to find other ways to raise additional revenue and that could include tuition hikes. >> nobody wants to talk about it and i know how sensitive it is provided not want to assure for coach it. and 6% is my concern. >> i do not want to-mislead anybody. the - 6% is inevitable. it does not clearly state that. >> i do not appreciate that because i do not think it's not as transparent as it needs to be to earn the trust for people that have appropriate expectations. >> appropriately, will not know until the budget is approved. only then will the university of california know how much money they're getting from the state >> the family is suing the city of novato against the death of her daughter after this tragedy in september. when the driver struck her and she died. the parents are also suing the city, the driver, drivers employer and pg&e. >> take a look. this is in efforts of the cleanup efforts
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